python interpreter in smalltalk
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Fri Feb 16 03:32:23 CET 2001
In article <3A8C189F.B3040253 at canis.uiuc.edu>, Les Tyrrell
<tyrrell at canis.uiuc.edu> wrote:
> You might consider an approach similar to that used in
> Frost ( http://oasis.canis.uiuc.edu:8080/Frost ) where
> bytecodes for Java are translated to Smalltalk bytecodes.
> Frost also parses Java source code, but when it does it
> goes straight to VisualWorks bytecodes.
> One of the things I'd like to consider for Frost would be
> accomodating languages other than Java, especially languages
> like Python or Ruby. Not because I want to do Java, Python,
> or Ruby development, but because I do NOT want to do Java,
> Python, or Ruby development, but also do not want to have to
> manually re-implement any useful code written in those languages
> in Smalltalk.
> It's also the sort of thing that hopefully puts positive pressures
> on the VM designers, perhaps along the lines mentioned in the
> "Universal VM" thread.
> - les
Thanks for the URL... and it's open source!
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